Three Farming laws which had created a furore in the Farming community have been repealed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Today at 9 AM on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that they have taken a huge decision of repealing the three controversial farm laws, which had created a lot of furore in the farming community.
PM Modi also stated they could not convince a particular group or section of farmers that the laws were brought for being beneficial to farmers, especially those farmers who did farming on a smaller scale.
He added that this particular section of farmers has been protesting against the three controversial farm laws despite a lot of efforts being put in by his Government to educate the farmers; the goal of passing the laws was to empower the entire farming community.
PM Modi further said that in his five-decade-long work in the political field of our country, he has seen & has known the difficulties faced by the farming community.
He said that when he was made the Prime Minister, he placed the development of the farmers as his main priority.
His Government had provided seeds at reasonable rates & also Soil Health Cards worth Rs. 22 crores which have contributed to an increase in agricultural production.
PM Modi also spoke about direct benefit to farmers by the ” Fasal Bima Yojna”, an insurance plan which till date has compensated Rs. One Lakh Crores as compensation paid to farmers & also a Pension Scheme had been initiated.
He further added that the Government had also provided farmers with Neem Coated Urea & facilities of a Micro-Irrigation system, also that the Rural Market had developed further while the rates of MSP had also been increased.
The Budget of the agricultural sector has been increased at least five times over to Rs. One Lakh twenty-five thousand crores per annum.
The Prime Minister appealed to the farmers to end the protest & return to their homes and families on the occasion of “Prakash Purab of Guru Nanak Saheb Ji.”, he added that the process of repealing the bill would begin with the Parliament Session that begins this month.
He also quoted that Guru Nanak Ji ” Vich Duniya Sev Kamaiye, Taan Dargah Baisan Paiye”, meaning that you have to do honest work with a sense of humble service if you have to face the lord & live life easily.
The Prime Minister will later inaugurate schemes of irrigation for farmers of Mahoba in Uttar Pradesh as declared by officials from the Prime Ministers Office.
The Kartarpur Corridor has also been opened, making it possible for devotees to cross over to Darbar Sahib Kartarpur in Pakistan.